Engadget shutting German, Spanish language sites
Tech news site Engadget announced Monday that it is closing its German and Spanish-language sites.
Christopher Trout of Engadget writes, “Sadly, the Engadget community is about to get a little bit smaller. Starting tomorrow, Engadget’s German– and Spanish-language sites will cease publication. While we are sad to see them go, this isn’t the end of the road. The writers and editors at both sites will go on to do great things and their archives will live on here at Engadget.com. Engadget.com and our sister sites in China, Japan and the UK will continue to bring you the world’s best technology news and reviews.
“I won’t dwell on what brought us here. Instead, I’ll just say thank you. To our readers, our writers, our editors and our friends in Spain and Germany, it has been a wild ride. Your passion and dedication won’t be forgotten.”
Read more here. The closure comes after Engadget’s parent company hired a general manager for its tech news sites earlier this month.